Guiding Kids to Right Their Wrongs | Ep. 26

"The Magnet Says It All!" podcast series

guiding kids to right their wrongsWhen your kids misbehave, and you need to discipline them, have you considered what they are learning? Are they learning to submit to angry power? Or, perhaps, are they learning how to get better at hiding their misbehavior and sin? Guiding kids to right their wrongs is no easy task.

Most families have one child that demands more of our parenting energy. Is that child hearing an unspoken (or spoken!) message that he/she is a “problem child”?

Listen in as Jim and Lynne Jackson, co-founders of Connected Families, dive into the “Correct” level of our framework – teaching the message, “You are responsible for your actions.” With plenty of practical applications and helpful stories from other parents, this podcast is packed with ideas for guiding kids to right their wrongs. These ideas will equip you to lead your family with grace as you guide your children towards reconciliation skills they will utilize for a lifetime.

In this podcast you’ll:

  • be given creative alternatives to yelling, time-outs, and punishment, while still holding your children accountable.
  • explore how guiding our children to reconcile in a healthy way when they are younger can have a positive impact on their relationships both now and in the future. 
  • learn a value system for correcting your child that does not just focus on correcting behavior.

Mentioned in this podcast:

Galatians 6:1

Galatians 6:7

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